Daryl Gregory is an award-winning writer of genre-mixing novels, stories, and comics. His most recent novel, Spoonbenders (Knopf, 2017), about a family of down-on-their-luck psychics, is being launched at Readercon.
His novella We Are All Completely Fine (Tachyon, 2015), about horror story survivors and small-group therapy, won the World Fantasy and Shirley Jackson awards, and was a finalist for the Nebula, Sturgeon, and Locus awards. His Lovecraftian young adult novel, Harrison Squared (Tor, 2015), was a Locus award finalist and will be reissued by Tor Teen in 2018, along with two sequels.
The SF novel Afterparty (Tor, 2014) was an NPR and Kirkus best fiction book of the year, and a finalist for the Campbell and the Lambda Literary awards. His first novel, Pandemonium (Del Rey, 2008), won the Crawford award and was a finalist for the World Fantasy, Shirley Jackson, Mythopoeic, and Locus awards. His other novels are the Southern gothic SF novel The Devil’s Alphabet (Del Rey, 2009, a Philip K. Dick award finalist and one of Publishers Weekly best books of the year) and literary zombie novel Raising Stony Mayhall (Del Rey, 2011, a Library Journal best SF book of the year).
Many of his short stories are collected in Unpossible and Other Stories (Fairwood Press, 2011), which was named one of the best books of the year by Publishers Weekly. Many of those stories appeared in F&SF and Asimov's and were reprinted in various year's best collections. The story "Second Person, Present Tense" won the 2005 Asimov's Readers’ Choice Award for novelette and was a finalist for the SLF Fountain Award and for the Theodore Sturgeon Memorial Award.
In 2016 he wrote the “choose your own adventure” style video game, Flatline, for 3 Minute Games. His comics work includes the Legenderry: Green Hornet, The Planet of the Apes, Dracula: The Company of Monsters (co-written with Kurt Busiek), and the graphic novel The Secret Battles of Genghis Khan.